Tuesday 18 August 2020
ICAEW's Chief Executive, Michael Izza, launches the first Virtually Live event bringing together members in business and practice with industry experts.
ICAEW's Iain Wright on the first day of ICAEW Virtually Live 2020, which focuses on the impact of technology on the finance profession and business.
Saqib Bhatti MP will be providing an overview of EU/UK negotiations, specifically the opportunities and the risks, followed by a question and answer session.
In this session, finance innovation specialist and leadership coach Oliver Deacon covers why effectively leading remote teams is now an essential skill for all leaders.
Experts from Deloitte and Workiva explore best practices for capturing the value of the cloud and getting ahead of the game on the road to resilience and recovery.
In Partnership with Workiva
ICAEW Virtually Live partner Inflo hosts this session which examines the digitisation, covering: audit quality, tax efficiency and growing your value to clients.
In Partnership with Inflo
In this session, partner consultant Jamie Nolan will be demonstrating how to use Xero Tax and Hubdoc for end-to-end accounting.
In Partnership with Xero
In this session Cyber Griffin's Iain Brosnan provides advice on how to avoid online fraud and ensure your organisation is cyber safe.
Three partners in practice discuss with Wolters Kluwer how COVID has changed their ways of working.
In Partnership with Wolters Kluwer
Harald Matzke (co-founder of cubus – A Serviceware Company) will discuss the challenges facing every finance professional and the role of real-time fact based decision making.
In Partnership with ServiceWare
A short session to highlight some of the key ethical issues associated with COVID-19, in particular around government support claims.
In this practical session with CABA Trainer Juliet Adams, you will find out what mindfulness is, how it works and how you can develop it further.
In Partnership with CABA
Wednesday 19 August 2020
David Matthews, ICAEW's President, he will be presenting the welcome for the second day of ICAEW Virtually Live which focuses on the socio-economic impact of COVID-19.
Iain Wright will share his thoughts on opening day two of Virtually Live, which looks at the long-term social and economic impacts of COVID.
Get the latest insights on the economic outlook given the impact of coronavirus, from Paul Johnson CBE, the director of the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
Late payments are rising through the pandemic. Hear from the Small Business Commissioner, Philip King, on the free support for your business or your clients.
In this short, sharp technical session Vivek Mehan, FCA, will look at topical and recent financial reporting Issues and developments.
How will boards evolve after COVID-19? As businesses move into recovery, boards have an opportunity to change how they function for the better.
This session answers some of the common enquiries to the ICAEW technical advisory services team from auditors and covers current and emerging auditing issues.
In this session Brian Fox, Founder of Confirmation, outlines how technology can help auditors detect and overcome confirmation fraud challenges.
In Partnership with Confirmation
ICAEW’s Iain Wright discusses the long-term socio-economic impacts of the pandemic and how this will shape the global economy with Professor Trevor Williams.
This session brings together three younger ICAEW members from around the world to speak about how the future of work could and should evolve in the next 10 years.
Respected tax expert Rebecca Bennyworth is providing the Virtually Live 2020 technical update on recent developments in tax policy and practice.
Panelist, including Social Entrepreneur Charmian Love and Roc Standford from Extinction Rebellion, discuss what the recovery looks like for the finance profession.
Thursday 20 August 2020
ICAEW Executive Director Sharron Gunn opens the final day of Virtually Live 2020 which celebrates 100 years of women in the profession and looks to the future.
ICAEW's Director of Practice, Amanda Digne-Malcolm, shares her thoughts on the final day of ICAEW Virtually Live 2020 which reflects on the history of women in the profession and looks to the future.
Our panelists reflect on the trailblazing women who have entered the profession in the past 100 years, starting with Mary Harris Smith the first woman Chartered Accountant.
Jesse Norman MP, Financial Secretary to the Treasury, is joined by HMRC's Cerys McDonald and KPMG's Jane McCormick, to discuss tax policy and it's importance.
Joint this session from ICAEW Virtually Live partner Receipt Bank on packaging your advisory services.
In Partnership with Receipt Bank
Join this live Q&A session with ICAEW's Rick Payne on forecasting and scenario planning in times of uncertainty.
Ed Partridge from Marsh Commercial provide insights into the PII market and give practical risk management advice in light of the impact of COVID-19.
In Partnership with Marsh Commercial
Everything you will need to know to enable goods to be imported and exported post Brexit, including VAT issues around continuing to trade in the EU.
In Partnership with MHA MacIntyre Hudson
Email usage is down significantly, SmartVault explain why moving away from email is important and the first steps you need to take to future-proof your business.
In Partnership with SmartVault
How can finance leaders can advantage of technologies like cloud, process automation and machine learning? Our panel give their insights.
Join this session from ICAEW Virtually Live partner SAGE.
In Partnership with SAGE
AppZen's CEO Anant Kale describes the vision he had for artificial intelligence platform for modern finance teams and how it is helping to transform finance functions.
In Partnership with AppZen
Hear from respected mental health speaker Nick Elston on how to spot signs that we, or others, need more support and advice on what we can do to help.
Hear from experts how businesses are brought back from the brink by creating sustainable recovery plans of action.
SME Strategist Jon Scopes talks to ICAEW's Rachel Underhill about what small and medium-sized organisations will need to focus on the recovery from the pandemic begins.
Sandra Wallace, Deputy Chair of the Social Mobility Commission, joins ICAEW's Iain Wright in discussion about the policy environment and the practical steps underway
This session will be provided by ICAEW Virtually Live partner Finpoint.
Forecasting and scenario planning are crucial tools in times of uncertainty. ICAEW's Rick Payne shares insights from members and experts to help businesses.
Learn how to attract and retain the right people, with the right skills, to your business.
ICAEW's Director of Technical Policy John Boulton and Senior Business Strategy Manager Rachel Underhill offerpractical insights for business on Brexit.
In this session Catax will look at how there could be cash locked in commercial property and, more importantly, how it can be unlocked.